Bizarre Toothless Dwarf Dolphins Once Sucked Squid Off the Ancient Seafloor

8/24/2017
A new species of extinct dwarf dolphin that lived about 30 million years ago (Oligocene epoch) and possessed adaptations for suction feeding has ...
... xenops, the newfound dolphin provides new evidence of the evolution of feeding behavior in cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoise). It had a ...
A 30-million-year-old skull recently found in South Carolina has been identified as a bizarre “toothless dwarf dolphin” that fed by “vacuuming” other ...
The fossilised skull of an ancient, extinct dolphin has been discovered in a river that runs through Charleston, South Carolina. And the new species, ...
8/23/2017
[–]AMecRaMc 0 points1 point2 points 6 hours ago (0 children). Read quickly as topless dolphins....then I wondered what clothes a dolphin would wear ...
Researchers have discovered a new genus and species of prehistoric dolphin, and it's quite unlike those we know and love today.
PARIS, France -- Scientists on Wednesday unveiled an extinct species of toothless, whiskered and objectively cute mini-dolphin that plied Earth's ...
That's pretty weird, as cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) descended from land mammals that returned to the sea. This one lost its teeth ...
Ancient Dolphin Relative Sported 'Vacuum Snout'. Charles Q. Choi, Live Science August 24, 2017. Ancient Dolphin Relative Sported 'Vacuum Snout'.
A rendering of the toothless dwarf dolphin, according to the researcher's findings. The dolphin species, named Inermorostrum xenops , lived during the ...
Scientists think the dolphin (named Inermorostrum xenops) may be the earliest toothless offshoot from the toothed whale suborder Odontoceti, ...
The dwarf dolphin spent a lot of time diving to the bottom of the sea in ... A skull fossil found in South Carolina has revealed a new ancient dolphin ...
A College of Charleston professor has identified a new species of extinct dolphin that provides to new evidence of feeding behavior in early ...
Scientists have identified an extinct species of mini-dolphin that lived over 30 million years ago.
A fossilized skull recovered from a river near Charleston, South Carolina belonged to a newly identified species of ancient, toothless dwarf dolphin, ...
The toothless dolphin, which lived about 28-30 million years ago, provides new evidence of the evolution of feeding behavior in whales (which ...
The toothless dolphin, which lived about 28-30 million years ago, provides new evidence of the evolution of feeding behaviour in whales (which ...
The toothless dolphin, which lived about 28-30 million years ago, provides new evidence of the evolution of feeding behaviour in whales (which ...
Miniature dolphins without any teeth swam in the Atlantic Ocean 30 million years ago, according to a newly discovered fossil. Scientists reported in the ...
A now-extinct dwarf dolphin whose name means "weaponless-snouted strange face" may have once used its toothless mouth to suck up fish and ...
Modern whales, dolphins, and porpoises all descended from a wolf-sized creature that returned to the sea, losing its hind legs and most of its fur in the ...
8/22/2017
Paris: Scientists unveiled today an extinct species of toothless, whiskered and objectively cute mini-dolphin that plied Earth's oceans some 30 million ...
Scientists on Wednesday unveiled an extinct species of toothless, whiskered and subjectively cute mini-dolphin that plied Earth's oceans some 30 ...
PARIS | Any small, without teeth, but wearing the mustache: a strange dolphin, old about 30 million years ago, has been discovered in the United ...
PARIS - Scientists on Wednesday unveiled an extinct species of toothless, whiskered and objectively cute mini-dolphin that plied Earth's oceans some ...
Scientists on Wednesday unveiled an extinct species of toothless, whiskered and objectively cute mini-dolphin that plied Earth's oceans some 30 ...
You'd think a “toothed whale” would have teeth. But scientists examining the 30-million-year-old partial skulls of two dwarf dolphins found that not only ...
Scientists have uncovered the fossilized remains of an unusual species of dolphin that lived 30 million years ago in what is now South Carolina.